The Tunisian American Day tradition represents a recurring opportunity to celebrate the community and its heritage as well as the enduring Tunisian-American friendship. This is an opportunity to have fun and meet interesting people.
Organized in a different U.S. city every year, Tunisian American Day is commemorated during a celebration. The event includes the Ibn Khaldun Award presentation ceremony, as well as live Tunisian music entertainment and a catered Tunisian dinner.
People attending are Tunisians, Tunisian Americans and Americans from around the United States. Among attendees are the Tunisian ambassador in the U.S., people from the United Nations, university faculty engineers, business people and students.
About the Tunisian Community Center
Founded in 1999, TCC is a US-based non-profit organization, dedicated toward community building and cultural outreach for Tunisian-Americans. TCC organizes multiple programs and events throughout the nation.